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is their year. a preview from kevin mccarthy, the man in charge of writing a new contract with america, and amid new worries about iran's nuclear ambitions we willle ask the sunday group if tough sanctions can prevent the rogue nation from making the buy. all right now on "fox news sunday." hello again from fox news in washington and happy easter. tens of thousands of the faithful gathered at the vatican for easter services despite a light rain and new allegations the catholic church covered up charges of sex abuse by the clergy. pope benedict made no mention of the scandal in the easter message but one cardinal praised him as a leader and dismissed the allegations as petty gossip. >>> on capitol hill next in the long wattle over healthcare reform. joining us are two senate leaders. from phoenix, jon kyl, the number two republican. and from philadelphia, democrat arlen specter. the unemployment numbers from march came out on friday and present a mixed picture i think it is fair to say. 162,000 jobs were created, the most in three years but unemployment stayed at 9.7%. senator kyl, will
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in america... there's a home by the sea powered by the wind on the plains. there's a hospital where technology has a healing touch. there's a factory giving old industries new life. and there's a train that got a whole city moving again. somewhere in america, the toughest questions are answered every day. because somewhere in america, more than sixty thousand people spend every day answering them. siemens. answers. >> chris: joining us now one of the more controversial figures in politics these days, but a favorite among tea party conservatives. minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann who comes to us from saint paul. congressmanwoman, welcome to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris wallace. thank you so much. >> chris: back in the 2008 campaign you famously said that barack obama may have anti-american views and then you quickly expressed regret for those comments, but the other day, you took back your apology. i want to put it up on the screen. you said -- congresswoman, why the switch? and do you really believe the president of the united states has anti-american views? >> well
but sunshine as we go through monday and tuesday. >> a jury found the boy scouts of america negligence in a child sex abuse lawsuit in the state of oregon. keri lewis said he was abused by an assistant boy scout master back in the 70s and 80s. his abuser told scout leaders he abused, at least, 17 boys. lewis' lawyer said the scouts kept secret files on sexual offenders. this is the first time those files have ever been used in a court of law. >> prayers are indeed answered in the state of florida 11-year-old girl missing for four days is found alive. nadya bloom found by a member of her parents church. she was helping in the search. loved ones think nadia wandered into a swamp to make a nature video and never returned. she suffers from asperger syndrome, related to awe tim. nadya was dehydrateed and with a lot of bug bites but okay according to doctors. >> next on the news at 10:00. the bills that past in the final hours of the 2010 general assembly. stay with us. things are getting downright twisted at dunkin' donuts. hurry in for our new freshly baked bagel twists, available in delic
... plus... why do investors seem so confident about america being able to pay back our debt? .... we'll answer that question - coming up on today's first business good morning everyone thinks for joining us and it is tax day thursday april 15, 2010 and of course the stock market gets higher on good earnings news ups is up 4% after the close yesterday after greater demand not for shipping packages so good news there and also j.p. morgan and intel, as reported earlier this week after seeing lots of strength and different sectors angie so that's good news. and the market is on fire lets face it is unbelievable but it just continues to go higher it was held by the fed chairman ben bernacky that it looks like we're not going into those recessions. but hold the phone unemployment will remain stubbornly high. that what were going to talk more about coming up angie. also the debate over financial reform continues this week a vote is expected as early as this month. everytime you swipe your credit card at a store-- there's a little fee attached most people don't know about. the credit card co
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for watching and voting. good night, america. whoo! >> it spread far and wide. >> water outage spreads through baltimore county. when things get back to normal. >> high drama out of the courtroom. how a key witness defied a judge. >> they want change in annapolis and we will deliver it. >> rematch in the race for governor. what bob ehrlich told supporters after he kicked off the campaign. >> break from the heat tomorrow. but we can see strong storms, when it could happen, in the sky watch forecast. >> live, in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> good evening, i am jennifer gilbert, jeff barnd is off tonight. hundreds of thousands of baltimore county residents are still without water tonight. all because of a fire that happened at a bge facility along hillen road in towson. now the outage affects about a third of the county from falls road in the west to old harford road in the west, stevenson lane south, up north to sparks, karen parks is live in towson with new information on the repairs. karen, how is it going? >>well, jennifer, good news, is that som
, d.c. ended. thousands were there to see the unveiling of the contract from america. outlining the movement's principles. there are 10 plank tots platform. including tax reform. fiscal responsibility. and a limited federal government. >> earlier today, tea party protestors gathered in towson for a rally. and they had a similar message for politicians. >> we want the politicians in charge to listen. and we also want to start to get ready for the campaign in november. >> well, many held signs calling for changes. in maryland's congressional delegation. >> and there was a big turnout for a tea party on the eastern shore tonight. keith daniels live in stevensville with highlights from the rally. keith? >>well, jennifer, it was a tax day turnout for the locals fiscal conservatives. and, of course, the health care reform package was a hot topic. >> i know that is going to come as a surprise to obama, pelosi and read. but we have a system that works. and they are about to break it. >> government is taken over control of everything. we have no freedom. socialism right here. >> all of u
. portugal is next. how would you like to be the united states of america when china pulls the tin cup and says we don't want t-bills, we want money? that's where we are. it's serious business. >> chris: all right, senator, your deadline for coming up with a proposal for the president and congress is december 1. which coincidently is after the election. is that a cop-out? are you, in effect, giving politicians a pass on having to say what they think about this? and preventing voters from being able to say in the election what they think about these ideas? >> as erskine and i are involved in a project, screw the american people, fool them, fake them out. i mean what is this about? december 1 has to be after the election. one of the congressmen wanted it october 1. what a c.y.a. that is! do it october 1 so then pick a part to get you re-elected. so we're going to come up -- i hope we can come up with legislative language. what do you think of that? options, legislative language. what is a cop-out about reporting on december 1 to the most important thing that effects everyone american for
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in focus. bank of america reporting earnings before the opening bell. we're also going to checking in on the trading floor, angie, to talk about this never ending rally in stocks. it's unbelievable. and wake-up and smell the coffee, because mcdonald's is going to be changing over some of its stores into a more coffeehouse feel. it will cost about a million dollars to do those stores and revamp them. and the franchise owners are going to have to pay half of that. they're not too happy. i can imagine that, angie. and airline stocks are also in focus. now lots of merger speculation among the major airlines. the president is calling for an investigation into the west virginia mine explosion earlier this month. 29 men were killed in the blast - federal inspectors are figuring out what caused the explosion at massey energy's mine. inspectors will also be sent to mines across the country with troubling safety records. the president says companies should be forced to make safety changes... and not just pay fees for violations. "we do know that this tragedy was triggered by a failure at the
to miss you, guys. keep it on fox for your local news. good night, america. >> it is horrific. sickens me he to think about it. >> carroll county man accused in a horrible attack on a toddler. what he told police after the arrest. >> more fallout from this video. new developments tonight in the investigation of police actions at college park. >> the sunshine is back. and temperatures should be topping 70 tomorrow. when rain moves back in the picture. in the sky watch forecast. >> this year, again, was a little bit different. >> disappointment for high school seniors, why some could be turned away from their prom this year. >> live in high definition from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jennifer gilbert. >> and i am jeff barnd. carroll county man is charged with raping, beating and burning a 21 month old toddler. >> while the suspect remains in jail. the toddler is at johns hopkins hospital. recovering. kathleen cairns has more on the horrible accusations. >> ryan gifford is charged with sexually attacking his girlfriend's 21 month old daughter. it happen
. but they turn into jeeps [ laughter ] >> and later one of america's most popular comedians is hitting the big screen. new purefitness from crystal light. a pure way to water your body. >>> an up beat retail concern. the dow turned higher in the afternoon and finished up almost 30 points. the nasdaq rose about 6 points. the s&p 5 gained about 4. >>> a mixed picture for the job's market last week. number of americans getting extended unemployment benefits dropped to a 15 month low, but more people filed last week for benefits for the first time. the labor department official said that the easter holiday could have skewed the numbers slightly. >>> a new spring in easter put a spring in retailers. sales jumped more than 9% from a year ago. it's also the 7th straight month gain. >>> more traffic at apple stores. more than 450,000 of the company's ipad computers have sold since sales kicked off saturday. that fell short of some analysts expectations. many thought that first weekend sales alone could reach 700,000. >>> and this year's college grads could expect lower starting salaries. first time av
picture, america's top rated internet, and phone. all for just $69.99 a month for the first six months. don't wait -- this offer won't last. call 1-888-get-fios now. this is beyond cable. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> you might not realize it, but you're trackable everywhere you go. your cell phone lets the feds keep tabs on you and you don't even know it's happening. authorities justify it as necessary, but there's controversy over using cell phones to track you without having a warrant to do it. talk show host and former police commissioner joins us this morning. >> we're talking about 277 million cell phone users and you can put your hands on where they are pretty much at anytime. talk about the technology of wherwhyyou can do it. >> you hit a tower and you can pinpoint it to a house. it's even better now. now you can literally. you don't need the gps tracking officially, it's in your phone. it's got a carjack, kidnapped, it doesn't -- we can find you that way. we find bad guys that way, too. >> there's a good reason
makes. get an amazing hd picture, america's top rated internet, and phone. all for just $69.99 a month for the first six months. don't wait -- this offer won't last. call 1-888-get-fios now. this is beyond cable. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities this is fios. at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >> looks like a fantastic weekend. >> great weekend to be outside or inside. of course. because we will be at the bee more. at the expo. come on down and say hello. watch people go by in the nice sunshine. no i am kidding. it will be nice to be in or out. come down and join us. we will be enjoying this nice weather wherever you are. because it will be a great weekend to enjoy. chance of a few sprinkles here or there. but it looks like mainly late saturday or sunday. but for the most part warmer temperatures move in to play. 56 degrees, with few broken clouds north. winds out of the southwest at five. humidity levels at 47 percent. our almanac page shows high of 70. normally at 69. and so you can see temperatures right in the ballpark of where they should be this time of year. look at t
this person sound familiar? >>reporter: on the road and across america. her goal? to change laws so that convicted rapists get tougher sentencing and that dna is collected from all convicted felons upon their arrest. 23 states currently require dna upon arrest and maryland is one of them. >> when they get the dna, we have stories upon stories of matching back 15 to 20 years. getting the dna and arrest is a big, big portion of it. >>reporter: after 34 states and 27,000 miles, she says her journey is far from over. >> i really feel i have no choice. i wish i could bring her back. i can't. if i can find some way of getting her killer off the road -- but also, stopping other violent pred tors, i'm going to do that, >>reporter: fox 45 news at 10:00. >> her next stop is philadelphia. to follow her journey or learn more about her daughter's murder, go to foxbaltimore.com and click on news links. >>> the pentagon city metro station reopened tonight after a suspicious package turned out not to contain a bomb. police say a caller reported a bomb at the virginia station late this afterno
will lead experts from north america and europe searching for cures for dozens of diseases. >> we're honored to have been chosen for the churches rare show of support for this new science. we're delighted that income tax our open researchers are linking with researchers in italy in order to explore possibilities. >> reporter: the study will focus on intestinal diseases like celiac disease and coalitis . >>> the reason behind this decision and the hefty fine that comes along with breaking the ban. >>> and she's known for living a quiet life in hollywood. but sandra sandra loving free to lose weight. loving free to eat what i love. loving free to live my life. ♪ loving free on weight watchers. and you will too. since right now you can join for free. weight watchers. because it works. achievement: is all around us. a part of our very lives. at pnc, we help make achievement happen. pnc. for the achiever in us all. >>> a mcdonald's happy meal tradition is banned in one california county. elected leaders in santa clara county have voted to ban happy meal toys and other promotion that's come with
is the 1 that america voted off or didn't get a vote from america. maybe people got to wake-up and say we got to vote for him. >> we will see what is going to happen with regard to potential with thunderstorms that could be strong for today. the sky hd radar indicating that we have showers back to the west, the line of showers along the frontal boundary making its way into our region and later into the afternoon and the earliest in the western counties and the evening in the central counties and the eastern shore. you can see we do have a slight risk for severe weather throughout the entire state of maryland, the higher risk will be both west and east of the area. again, we do have the chance through the evening of seeing the strong storms. here is what we as far as the surface features, it's due to the frontal boundary, we're going do get the warm air still in ahead the frontal boundary, not as warm as the clouds increase through the day t will get into the low 80s, many locations but we will see the frontal boundary getting into the warm air mass. you will see the showers pop up in the
of the rmb group. new energy efficiency rules are on the way for america... today, the obama administration will finalize federal clean air standards for cars and trucks. under the proposal, the average fuel economy for passenger cars will increase from 27.5 miles per gallon now... to 38 miles per gallon by 2016.. that's an improvement of almost 40%. experts say these new rules for cars could save 11.6 billion gallons of gasoline each year by 2016 - which is equal to half of the oil we import from saudi arabia... new standards would also save consumers almost 32 billion dollars at the gas pump each year. all this would come at a cost of about 60 billion dollars.... and generate 200 billion in economic benefits between 2012 and 2016. besides those fuel efficiency rules shares of offshore drilling companies saw a big pop on wednesday. including diamond offshore drilling... and transocean.... those two are up 5% this week. after president obama announced he's opening up part of the east coast to offshore oil and gas drilling... while making sure measures are in place to protect coastlines.
of the west baptist church say that disasters happen because of america tolerance of gays. they made headlines in maryland after protesting the funeral of marine killed in iraq. the presence sure isn't welcome in west virginia right now. >> the they are there right now and they are going to come down here and protest saying that god has killed them guys. no. better take their ass back to texas. better go now. >>reporter: the group plans to be in west virginia for the next few days. >>> lively debate today in annapolis on bill that would legalize medical marijuana but as john tells us it's an issue still sharply dividing lawmakers. john. >>reporter: the bill has bipartisan support but still plenty of questions being raised by skeptics. bill allows pharmacy to distribute small amounts of pot with patient with chronic or severe illnesses. many doctors say pot relieves pain and easys side effect of chemoo. marijuana grown and regulated by the state. today senators debated details of the program whether pot would wind up in the hands of patients who are not severely ill. >> let's be honest
meantime gather today to remember one of the darkest days in america's history. >> family members left flowers and ribbons at the site where the federal building in oklahoma city once stood. 15 years ago, today, hard to believe. timothy mcveigh set off a truck bomb in front of the building killing 168 people. >> and the right to bear arms takes center stage at a rally in washington d.c. today. the mission of the second amendment march is to petition politicians to stop passing anti-gun laws. the group called the right to own a gun, a right to protect everyone. >> it is not left versus right. black versus white. conservative versus liberal. none of that. it is us versus them. >> do we want a communist ring america and disarming us? no. do we want taken man square more waco and kent state university in our country? no. >> today's rally coincides with the anniversary of the revolutionary war battles at lexington and concord. the shot heard around the world. >> a new poll meantime shows americans are quickly losing faith in their government. the survey by the pew research center found only
of scrap metal overseas. and of course, what are they using it for? well, in fact america's largest export on a volume basis is waste. whether it be waste metals, plastic or paper. and it's being shipped there to be reprocessed into goods, to be re-exported to the united states in the form of toys or appliances. what ever. what about paper, glass and aluminum. what do you think is going on with those prices? are they at all valuable today and why? absolutely, all commodities are valuable today. it really is again because of the strong demand in asia. and you will find that whether it be from agricultural commodities or in base metals. have you noticed any changes in the amount that people are actually recycling these days versus maybe before the recession started? well i would say that when the recession happened, the amount being recycled dropped dramatically. now as prices pick up, then more is recycled. because value can cover the cost of recycling. and people are being paid for their glass and aluminum and plastic? absolutely. and on average any idea how much we can get for those items
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, to america's tolerance on gays. and in march of 2006, lance corporal mathew snide was killed in iraq. protestors picketed his funeral in westminster. snyder's father sued and won. but that decision was overturned on appeal. and he has been able to fight this legal battle with the help of fellow americans. willing to donate to his cause. now a heavy hitter has stepped up. bill o'reilly host of the o'reilly factor on fox news channel is outraged with the court ruling and is offering to pay the money snyder has been order to give westboro. >> i will pay mr. snyder's obligation. i am not going to let this injustice stand. it is obvious those cranks at westboro were intentionally trying to hurt mr. snideer and his family. >> this isn't a democratic thing. this is not a republican thing, this isn't a tea party thing. this is a country thing. and it is the one thing that, i think, right now, people can come together on. >> snyder said he has received as many as 3000 e-mails, in a day from supporters, offering prayers, and sometimes donations. the case goes before the supreme court this fall
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in america that we know about and, unfortunately, the infection rate is going up to nearly 60,000 a year, which is a big increase. so it's not getting any better here. it's getting worse. we need to do something about it. >> can what can we do tonight? >> first -- thank you. we need to -- you need to get tested. you need -- everyone needs to get tested to find out if they're hiv positive or they're not. [applause] there shouldn't be a stigma about finding out. hiv is not a life-threatening disease anymore. you can be helped when you have hiv. don't be afraid to go and get tested. and if you need any information, you know, responsibility, you can e-mail the ejaf.org. if you do that, we can help you. but be responsible. we're condoms. be tested. and, you know, help yourself and other people. [cheers and applause] >> thank you so much for coming out here tonight. we are honored to have you here singing "your song." elton john. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ it's a little bit funny ♪ this feelin' inside ♪ i'm not one of those who can easily hide ♪ ♪ i don't have much money ♪ but boy if i di
and whirring ] let's do this. multitasking runs on dunkin'. america runs on dunkin'. with our new freshly baked bagel twists, available in cinnamon raisin and cheddar cheese. pair it with america's favorite coffee today. america runs on dunkin'. hurry in today and try our new cheddar cheese and cinnamon raisin bagel twists. >> final look at the seven-day forecast. it looks like tomorrow get the umbrellas ready. 62 degrees with showers moving across the area. through the morning and actual tapering off a bit by thursday. maybe a chance for a shower. but, i think, more sunshine versus the rain. high of 68 degrees. temperatures get up to 67 on friday. kicking off the weekend. nicely. but we will see showers build in saturday afternoon and evening. carrying us through saturday night. and then sunday looks like a rainy day. and then we still hold onto showers for early parts of next week. so it looks like the first part of the week is not bad but wrapping up the weekend with rain. back to you. >> thank you so much. >> nfl released the entire schedule for the upcoming season tonight. bruce cunningham
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. >>> ray rice is going back to school today. rice is participating in teach for america week. he will run a classroom at harford heights elementary school for two hours starting at 10:00 this morning. the program is meant to bring attention to the need to expand educational opportunities for students. >>> coming up on the early edition, a beef with u.s. beef standards. >> they can cause organ failure, some of the products, some the residues could be carcinogenic. >> what a new report from the usda uncovered. >>> just across the mason dixon line there's a frost >>> welcome back. 5:44 now on this wednesday morning. looking a whole lot better, don't have the rain out there like we had yesterday. instead a nice dry scanner on the hd radar is going to be a pretty day once we get past the foggy start this morning. we do have our share of fog and reduced visibility due to the rain that moved through yesterday. even though it was a light rain. we picked up .10 of an inch of rain in most locations. can you see the shower moving off the north carolina coast right now. but the moi's te moisture lade
information on cash for appliances, go to foxbaltimore.com. >>> coming up the improving news or america's automakers. >>> i'm just a poor bay though ♪ ♪ my story is seldom told >> the important leader >>> stocks struggled wednesday despite better than expected quarterly reports from morgan stanley and wells fargo. the dow remained mostly unchanged closing at 11,124. the nasdaq ended slightly higher but the s&p 500 slipped a bit. general motors announced it made a payment of $5.8 billion to the federal government paying off the last of the loans. overall gm received $50 billion which now holds $2 billion in stock. chrysler posted a profit of $5 million the first since being acquired as fiat. chrysler says it's on track to break even or earn a modest profit for the whole year. >>> timothy geithner and ben bernanke introduced the design of a new bill. it will begin circulating in 2027. >>> coming up a night of giving back on american idol. >>> a difference together we can save lives. >> someone else got voted off. who that was. >>> i'm joel d smith live in you on ward county. we're jus
organization, health care reform are coming to america. some of the changes have already started but won't take full effect for another few years. still people want to know how healthcare reform will affect their families. this morning, dr. ben carson, world renouned neuro surgeon at john hopkins joins live instudio other what he thinks about the bill and he it means for you. he will be answering questions. you can send them other facebook or give us a call later this hour. >>> coming up american idol went a little elvis last night. >> you got me doing what you want me ♪ ♪ baby what do you want me to do >> what the judges thought of katie's attempt to sing like the king? >> i'm going it tell you what the elephants from the >>> talk about the elephant in the room. it isn't your usual date at the lexington market. you can eat live with the elephant. jessica starr is live at the hometown hot spot. good morning, jess. >> reporter: this is a great day, every year when the circus comes to town. you can come down to the lexington market, and eat with the elephant. to get more information on what
beating estimates. a look at business. >> coming up, defending america from terrorist actions, how republicans are responding to this week's nuclear summit. >> never any problems. >> an elderly woman found dead. why police think she may have been murdered >> presidentpresident obamamento secure all nuclear materials all around the world to keep them out of the hands of terrorists. the goal of the 40 nation summit held in washington. our political commentitater joins us this morning for our washington wrap. to talk more about this. good morning. so the 47 countries that were involved in this all said that they would work closely with the united nations on this. some of the country agreed to give up their uranium all together. a lot of people are calling this historic. how would you classify it? >> i call it almost hilarious. if you actually believe that these rogue nations and the notorious dictators, that they are able to come into the country to talk about limiting this nuclear proliferation. i think the president is sincere, he would like to see the world without nuclear arms, ma
some instances air flighs were able to restart the engines. >>> senator charles schumer says america, delta, jet blue, united and u.s. air fair have pledged not to charge their customers for carry on bags. schumer contacted the airlines after hearing about spirit airline to collect $45 for passenger who brings luggage on board its flights. >> the 5ceos told me they had no intention of doing this. they thought it was a bad idea and they're not going to mimic spirit. they started charging for checked baggage we can't like it, but charging for carry on baggage is over stepping the line. >> shumer will meet with spirit airlines sometime next week. >>> coming up. one of wall street's biggest charged with fraud. how much money goldman sachs is accused of stealing. >>> is there that much public urination going on? i think it's much. it's an excuse too fine more people. >> baltimore residents could be made with 100% natural ingredients, no fillers, no preservatives, and a delicious taste your family will love. perdue frozen chicken. all-white meat. no mystery. >>> ocks tumbled after the fcc
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mid to high mudslide timists leapt their support to help feed america. kimberly locke from season two and lots of other contestants helped stuff backpacks with food at the los angeles food bank. it's all part of the idol gives back foundation. >> i love the fact that i'm here helping the kids to be able it eat during the week and on the weekend and i'm doing my part, so i feel good. >> idol gives back has raised more than $140 million to benefit charities around the world, and this year's idol gives back special will air next week, wednesday, april 21st at 8 p.m. right here on fox 45. >>> six and counting. that's the number of games the orioles have lost in a row, all of them at home. find out what went wrong against the rays next in sports. >>> and it looks like we saw a beautiful day sunshine wise. maybe not baseball [ male announcer ] this year, get the most out of your lawn with the fertilizer that gives you the most for your money. scotts turf builder. it has what other fertilizers don't. scotts patented all in one granule. every key nutrient combined into a single particle so ev
doesn't: the best channel lineup and the most hd, facebook and twitter on your tv, plus america's top-rated internet. fios is the future, but after april 17th this price will be history. get fios tv, internet and phone for just $69.99 a month for six months with a two-year agreement. call now. if you stick with cable, you'll be stuck with the bill. last chance to get three fios services for an amazing $69.99 a month for six months. call 1-888-884-fios. that's 1-888-884-fios. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. this is beyond cable. this is fios. >> welcome back. i'm live at camden yards where the oriole home opener fence the blue jay. sold out crowd. over 48,000 people. now the orioles started the soap on the road at tampa losing 2 of the first 3 games. now they are trying to make it two in a row. ferguson the start for the o's. top of the first. in trouble already with one run in. john deep to center and jones can't hall it in. the score. blue jay lead 3 nothing but the a opposite respond in the bottom of the half after 2 walk and h
america's tolerance of gays. >> anybody that stands out here and holds up a sign like that dead miners. my dad is a dead miner. and protest where people are fighting and dying every day, to give them the right, to free speech. even though i don't think it is the kind of speech that they are putting out. it is beyond words. hard to understand. >> you may recall that church recently won a case involving the protesting at soldier's funerals. >> teachers in florida protesting over pay. in miami, hundreds of teachers protesting in other parts of the state they took a different approach. calling out sick today. teachers are against a bill that bases teacher pay on student performance. the bill is on the governor's desk now for him to either sign or veto. >> over in taiwan, plastic bottles meant for the trash heap become a three-story building instead. this building's contractor said they were inspired by looking at all of the waste in their own office. they used 1 1/2 million bottles from the waste stream. this exhibition hall is said to be able to withstand heavy winds and earthquakes as well.
are. "i think government should stay out of big business because that is what america is about, being free, i think the government is regulating way too much." as a major client doing business at chicago financial exchanges -- traders are tight lipped on the issue. "i can't talk about that." as for the protestors they were turned away from goldman sachs office but marched on... "reporter: what about people who say you are bunch of bleeding heart liberals? man says: well our economy is bleeding. so if we are bleeding hearts that just because someone stuck a knife in it." coming up later in the show my interview with a legal expert on whether there could be jail time for goldman executives and what are the chances taxpayers will get their money back from goldman sachs. let's turn to ben lichtenstein of traders audio for the latest from the trading floor. then when we take a look at the stock market it's really not shaking out to be the big sell- off that a lot of people were expecting? yet it is the key word that we have to include in the sentence. but we did touch into some key levels
to stand by the millions of voters. >> america the public voted and i was okay either way. and i knew that going into it. regardless of what happens this is a great platform for me. i'm excited. it's cool. whatever happens. >> and you can watch "american idol" next tuesday night at 8:00 and wednesday at 2009 right here on fox 45. ♪ "american idol" david cook gives back. the season 7 winner traveled to ethiopia as the guest of the united nations foundation. he spent time at schools for young girls and plans to take what he learned about the lack of education there to raise money and awareness for the cause. you can watch his journey on this year's idol gives back episode. it will air april 21 at 8:00 right here on fox 45. thousands of ellen degeneres fans get their wish from a television provider. on ellen's show, she read a letter who wanted to know why ellen's name was not listed as an "american idol" judge on dish network's onscreen program guide. addition network received thousands of called and e-mails. it now says ai starring ellen degeneres and some other people. dish network
the conversation and i could probably sell this dvd for a lot. >> i'm the only few people in america who has not seen it yet. >> you are, you are one of the few. >> i'm curious what you think about it once you do see it. >> i will report back to you, i promise. i'm going to report to you that i we have a pretty nice day coming today. we have showers coming talking about the not so nice weather something your way later this weekend. for today the showers from last night were very few that moved through and very light and not even measurable. it's out of here and high pressure that will bring us sunny day today. temperatures aren't bad, take a look at that, 57 degrees in baltimore right now. 56 in d.c. and up in hagerstown 52 degrees at this point in time and we will see temperatures climb a little bit more. although not as warm as yesterday. yesterday we got to 73 at the airport and 74 downtown. 70 degrees is what we're looking for today. still mild with a northwest wind at 5-10 miles per hour. it should be mild today. enjoy it before the showers move in for the weekend. we have more of in a
it's a great deal for america. now concerns about those jobs invested in renewable energy jobs projects are actually staying in the united states have four democratic senators last month wanting to stop the stimulus program for renewable development because they argue that much of that spending is going overseas. looking at your groups numbers, of the first billion spent on wind energy projects. just 53 percent of the value of the turbines and 63 percent of other equipment on wind farms went to the u-s. what can be done to ensure more stimulus spending actually stays here? let me mention one thing about those numbers. the four senators, i think one of the things they think. the misunderstanding is that the tax credit that was provided went 100% to the people building wind farms in the united states. to wind farms that were building and constructed and on the grid. the value of some the parts and components are not all built in the united states yet because we are a brand new industry. so we moved up over the last four years from 25% to over 50 percent being built in the united
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